Great class. Participants shared they liked all the songs! High favorites were “Pride and Joy” + “Dude”. I felt “Whole Lotta Love” was the weakest point (curious that it was track 2 which I often regard as the strongest song in vertical architecture of a routine. I may put the track somewhere else or loose it completely! It’s a tricky song, probably well advised to do my bars on this one!
Funny, I don’t think of Pride and Joy as being classic rock (even my itunes says “Blues”) however when I saw the suggestion it was an immediate hit. I’ve taught this song over a decade ago and it was lovely to revisit. I liked how this song balanced with the Queen songs.
Class started late, I choose to pull “Go your Own Way” and “More Than A Feeling”, feel good to close with “Dream On” however I think there is an all time better way to conclude this experience. Maybe “Angie” by Rolling Stones…
Thank you FaceBook Friends - I now have 80+ recommendations. Awesome to see a constant flow of suggestions coming in. I will down load, create playlist then teach on shuffle a few times to filter out what works, what doesn’t, what’s best.
|Stairway To Heaven||8:03||Led Zeppelin||IV|
|Whole Lotta Love||5:33||Led Zeppelin||II|
|Smoke On the Water||5:39||Deep Purple||Best of|
|Heartbreaker||3:28||Pat Benatar||Greatest Hits|
|Dude Looks Like a Lady||4:22||Aerosmith||The Essential|
|Pride And Joy||3:40||Stevie Ray Vaughan||Greatest Hits|
|Back In Black||4:16||AC/DC||Back In Black|
|Crazy Little Thing||2:44||Queen||Greatest Hits|
|We Will Rock You||2:03||Queen||Greatest Hits|
|Free Fallin’||4:16||Tom Petty||Full Moon Fever|
|Go Your Own Way||3:40||Fleetwood Mac||Rumours|
|More Than A Feeling||4:45||Boston||Pure 70’s|
|Dream On||3:27||Aerosmith||Era 76-99|